Trip to Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island

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Commemorative Church and Statue of Evangeline, Nova Scotia, Canada - Grand Pre Historic Site of Canada was one of the largest Acadian settlements before the Deportation of Acadians in Old Country Churches, Old Churches, Acadie, Places To Go, Places To Travel, Atlantic Canada, Church Architecture, Cathedral Church, Church Building

Commemorative Church and Statue of Evangeline

Grand Pre Historic Site of Canada was one of the largest Acadian settlements before the Deportation of 6,000 Acadians in 1755.

Cape d'Or Lighthouse, Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia, Canada Cabot Trail, O Canada, Canada Travel, Alberta Canada, Nova Scotia, Rocky Mountains, Banff, British Columbia, Quebec

DSC_4742 - Cape d'Or Lighthouse

PLEASE, no multi invitations (none is better) in your comments. Thanks. Cape d'Or Lighthouse - This Cape of Gold, as it translates into English, is named for the particular hue of the incredible sunsets over the water. There has been a lighthouse on this cliff-edged point of land where the Bay of Fundy runs into the Minas Basin since 1922. Today’s lighthouse, built in 1965, is the only lighthouse facility in Nova Scotia with overnight accommodations. Cape d'Or, Nova Scotia, Canada

Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia, Canada. Spent summers here with dear family friends. Each day 160 billion tonnes of seawater flows in and out of the Bay of Fundy during one tide cycle — more than the combined flow of the world’s freshwater rivers! Calgary, O Canada, Canada Travel, Alberta Canada, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Vancouver, Rocky Mountains

Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia, Canada Beautiful! We cracked lobster tails here at a rehearsal dinner! Great memories

Enjoy these incredible award-winning Nova Scotia pictures of the South Shore. These photos of Nova Scotia are so good, the tourism board bought them! Lunenburg Nova Scotia, Dartmouth Nova Scotia, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Travel Destinations, Ottawa, Nova Scotia Travel, East Coast Travel, Atlantic Canada

40 Nova Scotia Pictures of Captivating Beauty | The Planet D

Enjoy these award-winning Nova Scotia pictures will inspire you to travel to the East coast! These photos are so good, they're stolen and used all around the Internet.

Tauck's Eastern Canada tours offer you the experience of a lifetime. Explore Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island with Tauck travel experts! Canada Tours, O Canada, Canada Travel, Canada Trip, Alberta Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Vancouver, Vacation Resorts

Eastern Canada Tours & Tour Packages | Tauck

Travel Experiences that are as memorable as the places...

Waterfront Photograph by Kathleen Sartoris O Canada, Canada Travel, Nova Scotia, Quebec, East Coast Road Trip, Atlantic Canada, Alaska, Newfoundland And Labrador, Prince Edward Island

Kathleen Sartoris Art

Shop for artwork by Kathleen Sartoris. Purchase canvas prints, framed prints, tapestries, posters, greeting cards, and more. Sartoris ART style is contemporary and whimsical using mediums of acrylic paint and digital art. Creating playful animals, unique women, stylish food and beverage, modern fashion, vibrant landscape and seascapes, typography and seasonal designs.

Tall Ships will be in Halifax, Nova Scotia July 19 – 2012 O Canada, Canada Travel, Halifax Canada, Canada Trip, Travel Usa, Atlantic Canada, Cape Breton, The Draw, New Brunswick

A discerning guide to traveling close to home: Seeing Nova Scotia through new eyes

How far away from home do you have to go before it counts as ‘traveling’? Indeed, what are a couple of discerning (and inveterate) travelers to do when stuck in their offices, chained to their des…

Until I visited the Canadian Maritime I did not realize that it was the closest port to the Titanic disaster/sinking. There are three graveyards in Halifax, Canada where victims are buried. A very moving experience. Photo by: John M. Titanic Museum, Rms Titanic, Halifax Canada, Dublin Pubs, Titanic Photos, Maritime Museum, Graveyards, Prince Edward Island, Quebec City

Until I visited the Canadian Maritime I did not realize that it was the closest port to the Titanic disaster/sinking. There are three graveyards in Halifax, Canada where victims are buried. A very moving experience. Photo by: John M. Ott